Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network  April Newsletter

Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network April Newsletter

From Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network (12/4/24)…

Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network April Newsletter

There are some good pieces in this month’s newsletter: News of the Linking the Mornington Peninsula plan, an invitation to a planting day at Coolart, information about dung beetles, brief news of a very loud fish, a film clip of an iguana being chased by snakes and more…


  • President’s Corner
  • From Our Landcare Facilitator
  • For Your Diary
  • News from Around the Peninsula
  • News Bites
  • Odd Spot: Of Worms and Spice
  • State of the Environment
  • Grants
  • Local Information
  • Landcare and Related Contacts
  • Newsletter Feedback
  • Image at the End: Climate Migration?
Orange shading provides a broad overview of the major biolinks. These were designed to take maximum advantage of remaining vegetation areas and to connect isolated bush patches along the way. The 10 LMPL on-ground biolinks , and the Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat Biolink, are much more detailed and account for results of ground surveys together with accommodating landholder priorities. However, those currently underway lie true to this original plan.

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